People turning to herbal medicines for anxiety, pain, insomnia


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The World Health Organization estimates 80 percent of the world's population uses some type of herbal medicine. It's a growing trend in treating a variety of issues like fatigue and stress.
Seventy-six-year-old Mia is feeling good these days, but a couple of years ago that was not the case. She had broken bones and dealt with pain throughout her whole body after a serious car accident.
The former nurse went through physical therapy and was using an opioid for her sleeplessness.
"My general practitioner didn't want to give it to me anymore," Mia said. "He said not at your age, you could become addicted to it."

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